I teach a Drawing and Design for Production class and the last assignment that I gave them was to create an isometric fantasy landscape. We drew it on the back of grid paper (so you don’t have to erase the grid later, just mount it on black paper and the grid disappears), but I thought I would try to see if I could reproduce the fun in Illustrator.
One thing I learned is that using a glow filter is a lot longer wait than it is in Photoshop! It also takes a looooot longer to save the illustrator file on our computer than to scan a sketch.
Looks like Minecraft.
Minecraft in the sky!